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ClearType Precedence between browser and Windows

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My question is do you know if the Browser supercedes the Platform for Clear Typeso if someone is running Widows XP where Clear Type is typically off but has IE7 where Clear Type is on on by default, would the user see the Clear Type or not?  



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If you enable Clear Type on the platform, then it will be throughout.

If it is use on a single application - it will stay that way until you enable it else where.
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Thanks, much appreciated.
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